Spider Web, by Albert Paul, is a video art program written for Bally BASIC. It also works without modification for "AstroBASIC." Spider Web appeared as a type-in program in Cursor 2, no. 2 (September 1980): 58.
This program creates an unlimited amount of randomly generated iterations of a pattern that resembles a spider's web.
This is the original editor's note from September 1980: "The programs of Albert Paul constitute a classic example of 'good things come in small packages!' See Albert's last program, Ring, on page 31 of the April/May issue of Cursor."
0:00 - Spider Web Titles and Overview 1:31 - Spider Web Running 2:43 - Spider Web "AstroBASIC" Listing 3:00 - End Credits
This program was typed in from the Cursor newsletter on August 31, 2016. It was archived using the 300-baud utilities TXT2PRG and KCSWIN. It was then converted to "AstroBASIC" using the 300 BAUD TO 2000 BAUD TAPE CONVERSION PROGRAM by Jay Fenton printed in the "ASTROBASIC" MANUAL on pages 104-107.